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2010 Chevrolet Camaro Trims

1SS

Avg. Price: $25,652

The 2010 Camaro’s entry-level V8 trim, the 1SS, gets you a six-way powered driver’s bucket seat, keyless entry, air conditioning, a CD/MP3 stereo with satellite radio and an auxiliary audio jack, a tilt and telescoping steering wheel, foglamps, SS-specific exterior and interior trim and styling, and 20-inch aluminum wheels with Brembo brakes.

2SS

Avg. Price: $26,884

The top-of-the-line trim for the 2010 Camaro, the 2SS, has everything the Camaro can offer - heated leather power bucket seats, a Boston Acoustics stereo with steering-wheel-mounted controls and USB, SS-specific exterior and interior styling cues and auxiliary gauges, keyless entry, air conditioning, heated side mirrors with auto dim for the driver’s side and rearview mirrors, Bluetooth, foglamps, 20-inch aluminum wheels, Brembo brakes, and, of course, the 6.2-liter V8.

LS

Avg. Price: $18,443

LS versions of the 2010 Camaro enjoy many standard features, despite being the base trim, like front bucket seats with power recline, keyless entry, air conditioning, a tilt and telescoping steering wheel, cruise control, a CD/MP3 stereo with satellite radio as well as an auxiliary audio jack, and 18-inch black steel wheels, Chevrolet’s “Heritage”series.

LT1

Avg. Price: $20,344

For the 2010 Camaro LT1, the LS trim gets dressed up by making its 18-inch wheels alloy, giving six-way power to the driver’s bucket seat, and including foglamps in the front grille. LS features of keyless entry, air conditioning, cruise control, a CD/MP3 stereo with satellite radio and an auxiliary audio jack, and a tilt and telescoping steering wheel all carry over to this trim.

LT2

Avg. Price: $21,099

The features really start piling up with the 2010 Camaro LT2, with bucket seats, foglamps, keyless entry, air conditioning, cruise control, and a tilt and telescoping steering wheel carrying over from the LT1. The LT2 additionally enjoys 19-inch alloy wheels, heated side mirrors, auto-dim for the driver’s side and rearview mirror, auxiliary gauges, leather heated seats, an upgraded Boston Acoustics stereo with steering-wheel-mounted controls and USB, Bluetooth, and remote engine start for the automatics.